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1. The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins


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2. Before I Go To Sleep by S.J. Watson


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  1. I’ve only read two of these: And Then There Were None (Dame Agatha) and Girl on the Train. Anything by Christie deserves to be on this list, but although I enjoyed Girl on the Train I didn’t find it all that suspenseful. The other books on this list sound interesting, but I wouldn’t judge their level of suspense by their existence on this list. The King novel, I would figure should be on the top of the list… he never fails to frighten.

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